Coastal Ecosystem Science
USGS brings together multidisciplinary expertise focused on developing tools and models to improve understanding of how healthy ecosystems function as well as how they respond to environmental changes and human impacts including regional ecosystem restoration. Research studies address coral reef, coastal wetland, benthic habitat and groundwater resources.
Estuarine processes, hazards, and ecosystems describes several interdisciplinary projects that aim to quantify and understand estuarine processes through observations and numerical modeling.
Coastal Environmental Geochemistry research spans multiple ecosystems and topics, including coastal wetlands, aquifers, and estuaries.
Coastal and Estuarine Dynamics Project exists to support ocean, coastal and estuarine research.